Peak Season definition

Peak Season means the weeks containing the 24th through 36th Wednesdays of the calendar year. Each such week shall begin on a Monday and end on the following Sunday, except for the week containing the 36th Wednesday, which shall end on the following Friday.
Peak Season means the months of November, December, January, February and March for electric space heating and June, July and August for other electric service.
Peak Season means the period from December 1 through August 31 of each fiscal year of the Borrowers.

Examples of Peak Season in a sentence

  • Peak SeasonA temporary surcharge, which allows us to cover part of the operating cost increases resulting from necessary network adjustments during Peak Season.

  • The Supplier shall pay a peaking-demand charge based on its MDPQ of assigned Peaking Capacity as billed by the Company over the six months of the Peak Season.

  • For Peak Season Reservations, requests must be received at least 60 days in advance of check-in.

  • Peak Season charges apply on shipments requested pick up date of May 15th through September 30th of each calendar year at the time the shipment is offered and accepted by the TSP.

  • Winter (Off Peak Season) Months:October 1 through April 30 Summer (On Peak Season) Months:May 1 through September 30 NOTE: Unless a critical peak event is called, all kWh consumed on weekends (all hours of the day on Saturdays and Sundays) are billed at the low-cost level.

More Definitions of Peak Season

Peak Season is defined as that period beginning on the Saturday before Memorial Day and continuing through the Saturday following Labor Day of each calendar year. Owner agrees to deposit only such full Weeks as have not been reserved by Manager for use under the Rental Agreement as of the date upon which Owner makes any such deposit. In no event shall Owner request that Manager move or cancel a reservation in the Unit in order to facilitate a Week deposit by Owner. All deposited weeks must fall within the timeframe that the Unit is available to Manager for rental to the public.
Peak Season means the period from November 1 through April 30th of each year.
Peak Season means one or more periods, determined in respect of each year in the manner set out in clause 4, together comprising a total of 11 (eleven) Peak Midweek Modules and 11 (eleven) Peak Weekend Modules in each calendar year;
Peak Season means, with respect to the North American Borrowing Base, the period from February 1 through May 31 of each year; provided that the Lead Borrower shall have the right to modify such period (which period, in any event, shall not exceed four (4) consecutive calendar months in any Fiscal Year) by providing written notice to the Administrative Agent at least thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the Peak Season then in effect. For the avoidance of doubt, the Peak Season shall begin and end on the dates set forth in the preceding sentence, regardless of the date as of which the then applicable North American Borrowing Base Certificate was prepared.
Peak Season means the time-period from May 15 through July 15 when demand for launch dates is greatest.
Peak Season means the three month period of heaviest boat use generally the period from June 1 to August 31.¶
Peak Season refers to the following periods: June 15th through August 15th, one week prior to Christmas Day through one week after New Year’s Day, and three weeks prior to Easter through three weeks after Easter, of each year.